Oasis Systems

Tactical Data Link Test Analyst

US-VA-Hampton / Langley AFB
5 days ago
Requisition Number
2017-6655

Overview

PRIMARY FUNCTION:

Provide technical support in all phases of Air Force service-level multi Tactical Data Link (TDL) platform/system/net-centric services in support of the Joint Interoperability of Tactical Command and Control Systems (JINTACCS) Program Office at Langley AFB, VA.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES/TASKS:

  • Observe C&I Certification testing and document any observed problems. The Contractor shall perform analysis of data collected and observed during C&I test to validate trouble reports and determine their operational impact.
  • Attend the Test Analysis Group (TAG) and assist the TAG in validating the trouble reports and determining their operational impact.
  • Support Air Force tests (as liaison and technical expert for AF program offices with systems in test) performed by the Air Force Participating Test Unit (AFPTU) and other Joint/AF test facilities as required. The Contractor shall also provide technical support in all phases of multi-TDL C&I testing in support of Air Force, Joint and Coalition platforms/systems/services.
  • Participate in Joint test planning and provide technical support in all phases of Air Force service-level United States (US) Message Text Format (MTF) (USMTF) and XML-MTF C&I testing.
  • Ensure applicable AF Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence (C3I) systems are identified for testing and verify that TDL or MTF capabilities are tested. The Contractor shall observe the testing and document any observed problems for further post-test analysis.
  • Support the Air Force representatives by attending the Joint Analysis Review Panel (JARP) and provide technical support regarding interpretation of multi-TDL or USMTF standards, operational procedures, and operational impact of identified problems.
  • Provide technical TDL and MTF expertise to support the development and integration of TDL or MTF data vocabulary into Air Force C2 and non-C2 platforms; including existing and emerging service oriented architectures.
  • Provide operational solutions for the implementation of TDL and MTF products in the Air Force for both the theater and unit-level operations, as well as integration with Joint and allied forces.
  • Develop or review previously developed data and message level implementation specifications for specific platforms or services. These implementations shall depict the total data vocabulary and business rule/protocol implementation requirements for the platform/service.
  • During the system design and development phase, provide technical support at Technical Interchange Meetings, Test Plan Working Groups, and Design Reviews concerning MTF, TDL, or its data and protocol implementations.

 

MANDATORY QUALIFICATIONS, your resume must explicitly show the following:

  • Associate’s degree in a technical field (such as engineering, computer science, information technology).
  • At least four (4) years recent experience (within last 10 years) reviewing test plans and test plan results related to Multi-TDL, staff processes, and C&I Certification Testing. At least four (4) years recent experience (within last 10 years) to and an understanding of Multi-TDL configuration management and applicable standards (US Mil-Std 3011, 6011, 6016, 6017, 6020, 6040, 188-220, and 2045-47001).

 

 OR –

 

  • At least five (5) years recent experience (within past 10 years) to manage/oversee Air Force service-level multi-TDL interoperability and certification tests.
  • At least five (5) years recent experience (within past 10 years) reviewing test plans and test plan results related to Multi-TDL, staff processes, and C&I Certification Testing.
  • At least five (5) years recent experience (within past 10 years) to and an understanding of Multi-TDL configuration management and applicable standards (US Mil-Std 3011, 6011, 6016, 6017, 6020, 6040, 188-220, and 2045-47001).

 

 

 

 

   

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